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Cirencester Operatic Society based in Gloucestershire are holding auditions for Patience
Centre Stage London presented Jesus Christ Superstar, Bridewell Theatre from the 3 to the 7 June 2014
Kingswood Players use an online ticketing system
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As the curtain came down on the amateur dramatic run of the Calendar Girls stage show, in Harrogate, on Sunday 11 May 2014 the inspirational Yorkshire Ladies hosted an exclusive after-show party to celebrate the end of the shows and recognise the ‘Calendar Girls spirit’ demonstrated by amateur thespians who dared to bare all up and down the country.
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The York New Musical Festival Association started from a collaboration between the then Chairman of York Musical Theatre Company – Jim Welsman and one of the Company’s members – Rob Winlow.
Jim as chairman had received numerous requests from composers around the UK to premiere their work but the Company felt unable to take the financial risk that this would entail.
The Association is currently inviting expressions of interest from composers and production companies who would like to perform unpublished or work-in-progress shows or simply to attend. The company’s web site at www.ynmf.co.uk contains further information and booking details.
is a new play which explores the sinking of the RMS Laconia and subsequent events